What Could Cause Intermittent Joint Pain?

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Pain in the area near joints with increased levels of calcium and alkaline phosphate are typical symptoms of Paget's disease. This is also called osteitis deformans. In this disorder bones are enlarged and deformed. This disorder can lead to arthritis, deformities and fractures. Paget's disease can affect spine, skull, pelvis, thighs, and lower legs. This problem can be genetically inherited or due to slow growing virus.
Paget's disease can cause arthritis, cardiovascular diseases, Hearing loss, kidney stones, sarcoma and loss of vision.
Prognosis is good if treatment is started before any deformity. In my opinion you have to visit a Endocrinologists , Rheumatologists or Orthopedic surgeons to confirm diagnosis and treatment.


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